Global warming studies

June 1995
Earth (1056148X);Jun95, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p13
Reports on a Greenland ice cores study that suggests snow accumulation increases only slightly during warm weather. Assumption that higher temperatures cause more vaporation from the oceans; Rise of sea levels due to global warming.


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